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verb [transitive] accommodate pronunciation in British English /əˈkɒmədeɪt/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theyaccommodate
he/she/itaccommodates
present participleaccommodating
past tenseaccommodated
past participleaccommodated
  1. 1
    to provide a place or room for someone to stay in

    Designed by an Italian architect, the hotel can accommodate 600 guests.

    The teams will be accommodated in luxury hotels.

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    1. a.
      to provide enough space for something or someone

      The new office will easily accommodate 50 desks.

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    2. b.
      to supply enough seats or room for people or things

      Our ships accommodate up to 150.

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  2. 2
    formal to consider and include something when you are deciding what to do

    Your investment strategy has to be flexible enough to accommodate changes in the market.

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